Wednesday, 16 February 2011

Where does it end?

Tunisia, Egypt, Iran, Yemen, Jordan, now Libya, and Morocco is up next.

The Spanish authorities must be getting a bit worried this is becoming rather close to home by now, especially with 20%+ youth unemployment... :-{

5 comments:

thedeadfauvi said...

Hi DP!
If I click the... --s 10x per/d does it "work" better or do i need several
IDs?
Thanks

DP said...

Hi Fauvi - good to see you ;-)

I'll be honest and say that I have no idea. Try a few clicks, let me know when you did them, and I'll try to find out if they added up to something or you just contributed only another £0.06p after all... :-)

thedeadfauvi said...

Oh, but that's nothing!
I thought one can get more... Anyway, not so important. I think the contributions may help for a while but I'm not sure how long would this work if it takes "several", "cupple" of years. Maybe he should have some banners. Or KWN, plagiariser, should contribute too. Or Ben Davies.Huh, all coincidences, eh?

DP said...

Yes, it's interesting to see other people's work that bears a striking resemblence to things I have read somewhere before. I had a bitter-sweet moment like this just a couple of days ago when I read a mail from goldsilver.com (Mike Maloney/Robert Kiyosaki) about ETFs. :-\

He has made it very clear to me that he really doesn't want to put any ads on the site, and I agree the site is much better without and certain kinds of ad would be highly inappropriate for his particular space and readership - one has only very limited control over what ads are displayed on your site.

Just click one when you come here anyway, that is all I can ask of you. I don't want anyone to go to any trouble, just take a second to click as they leave.

Prost! ;-)

DP said...

Yes, it's interesting to see other people's work that bears a striking resemblence to things I have read somewhere before. I had a bitter-sweet moment like this just a couple of days ago when I read a mail from goldsilver.com (Mike Maloney/Robert Kiyosaki) about ETFs. :-\

He has made it very clear to me that he really doesn't want to put any ads on the site, and I agree the site is much better without and certain kinds of ad would be highly inappropriate for his particular space and readership - one has only very limited control over what ads are displayed on your site.

Just click one when you come here anyway, that is all I can ask of you. I don't want anyone to go to any trouble, just take a second to click as they leave.

Prost! ;-)

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